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ISIS claims responsibility for horror attack on police as officer fights for life
ISLAMIC STATE has taken responsibility for an attack on two police officers in Copenhagen.
By Zoie O’Brien
PUBLISHED: 16:34, Fri, Sep 2, 2016
Two police officers were injured in a shooting in Copenhage.
Two officers were shot in Christiania, as well as one civilian, were shot by the gunman who then fled the scene.
One police officer was shot in the head and another in the leg.
One is said to be in “mortal danger”.
The area was put on lockdown.
Witnesses reported hearing up to nine shots during the incident near Fredens Ark – Christiania’s largest building.
The officers were about to arrest the man before he pulled out a gun and shot at them, according to police.
The assailant died as a result of the injuries he sustained during his arrest.
The shooting took place in Copenhagen at 2.15am.
The executor of the attack targeting police in Copenhagen was a soldier of the Islamic State.
– Amaq News
The Amaq News agency, believed to be an arm of ISIS, put out a statement saying the attacker was a jihadi.
A statement said: “The executor of the attack targeting police in Copenhagen was a soldier of the Islamic State and carried out the operation in response to calls to target coalition countries.”
Local media named the man as Mesa Hodzic, but police did not confirm the identity.
In the immediate aftermath of the shooting a police statement said: “He apparently has ties to [militant Islamist group] Millatu Ibrahim and sympathies for IS.”
Officers also revealed the man was of Bosian descent and moved to the country aged four.
This is the young man accused of carrying out the horror terror attack in Denmark.
Some Twitter users have mocked Islamic State for the statement, claiming they are getting desperate.
One wrote: “IS would claim responsibility for anything.”
Scott Stewart wrote: “It also was not an attack targeting police as Amaq claimed, but rather a case of the perp opening fire as he was being raided.”
In the past, however, Amaq has released videos of their followers pledging allegiance to them, before carrying out attacks.
The group did so after Abdelmalik Petitjean, 19, and Adel Kermiche stormed a church in Normandy, forced 85-year-old Father Jacques Hamel to his knees and slit his throat.
Petitjean, who used the fighter name Abu Omar, was put on the terrorist watch list after trying to get to the ISIS caliphate in Syria via Turkey last month.